The year is 2017. 100 years have passed since the Russian Revolution, and the landscape of UNDER ELECTRIC CLOUDS is in every sense clouded and cold.
Andreas Dresen’s tale, about a gang of childhood friends growing up in the suburbs of a reunified Germany in the early 90s, stomps and thrashes its way on to the big screen at Berlinale.
We spoke to Jannik Splidsboel at Berlinale about his film MISFITS, an LGBT coming-of-age documentary set in conservative Tulsa.
Jannik Splidsboel’s documentary, MISFITS, focusses on the challenging lives of three LGBT teenagers who use The Open Arms Youth Centre, Tulsa as their meeting place.
“There comes a point at a festival where you just tell yourself to quit whilst you’re ahead. And who takes their boyfriend to a rubbish tip to make out?!”
KNIGHT OF CUPS is the seventh film in esteemed director Malick’s formidable cinematic canon, but does it live up to the hype that surrounds it at Berlinale 2015?
“TESTAMENT OF YOUTH pays harrowing tribute to a woman who survived the heartbreak and anguish of a devastating war.” Student writer Lindsey Roberts reviews.
“Time is precious and culturally-loaded with far more cinematic delicacies to try at a film festival. It’s bloomin’ marvellous!”
Three days into the Berlinale Film Festival, Jack Toye dives straight into the action.
Nobody should be lonely in 2015, with all communication settings firmly flicked to On. All the more horrific when a dead body is found in an empty home, time of death several weeks earlier…